The word "free space" illustrates the "interactive" changing landscape and the intricate relationship between people and space. Due to the passage of time, the change of social dynamic, and the imagination of space among generations, stagnant spaces have been transformed into spaces with vitality and local aroma. The "interaction" between people and space endue a profound meaning, which we named it Unintended Architecture. Macao, an increasingly internationalised city densely packed with high-rises, fragments of Unintended Architecture could still be found, which scattered in the densely populated housing, hid in the quiet urban gardens, evaded in the bustling bazaar and flashed in the old stepping stones. Our architecture exhibition purposely selected the "playing cards" as our basic design component, which symbolises the rapid growing economy in Macao. By manipulating "playing cards" in different forms and combinations, Unintended Architecture will be re-illustrated in an abstract manner.
Venue: Arsenale, Castello, 2126/A (Campo della Tana),
Promoter: Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao S.A.R. Government; Macao Museum of Art
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